White King Oyster Mushroom
Mushrooms have been widely used
as food and medicine both in the East and the West due to their
unique taste and flavors.
As mushrooms cultivation greatly improved
and their nutrients and values are unveiled, we are seeing an increase
in the market demand. Mushrooms are 70∼95% water and the
rest is organic and inorganic substances, such as amino acids, various
vitamins (B₂, D) and enzymes. Mushrooms are being recognized
as healthy alkali foods comparable to vegetables.
Oyster Mushroom has a very dense tissue which makes it chewy. It
is similar to wild Matsutake Mushroom in taste and nutritionally
abundant in vitamin C and various essential amino acids. Surokgol
Village’s environmentally-friendly mushrooms have enhanced efficiency
and economic values through the use of a top-down mobile cultivator
and a quality cultivation system to extend the storage and shelf
life by more than 15 days.
Also, we systemized the low-temperature
cultivation system to produce quality functional mushrooms. Currently,
we produce quality raw-edible mini Matsutake Mushroom, pine-infused
White King Oyster Mushroom, and germanium-enhanced White King Oyster
Mushroom. We use special distribution routes to distinguish
our brand from other brands in department stores.
Oyster Mushroom is used in soups and casseroles,
or can be boiled to make condiments. Today, Oyster Mushroom
is mainly cultivated manually. Its nutrients are equally good
for growing children and adults. Our Oyster Mushroom is thick
and resilient with shiny surfaces and even sizes. It is also fresh,
flavorful, and tender.
With its tasty flavor and color, Enoki Mushroom
is widely favored by everyone. It is chewy and soft in soybean
soup and makes an excellent stir-fry dish when mixed with beef.
As more and more people prefer natural foods, Surokgol Village
is cultivating mushrooms in bottles with sawdust inside low-temperature
rooms. With our efficient and economical technique, we can
produce quality Enoki Mushroom throughout the year. Cultivation
process includes insertion in bottles, sterilization, insertion,
cultivation, germination, suppression, growth, etc and takes about
55 to 60 days.